Trading Channel

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Trading Channel

In technical analysis, the range of prices between a security's resistance level and support level. A resistance level is the price below which a given security does not normally fall, and a support level is the price above which it does not usually rise. A trading channel is particularly useful to technical analysts as it enables them to recommend buying the security when it is toward the bottom and selling when it is near the top. A trading channel may be steady, or it may be gradually rising or falling.
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Meanwhile, it can help expand issuance, investment and trading channels of local government bonds and make an important approach for financially serving the real economy, preventing financial risks and deepening the financial reform.
Upcoming reforms should shorten the settlement period from one month to one day/hour, introduce an imbalance settlement mechanism, diversify power trading channels via the creation of day-ahead and intraday markets, increase the number of direct consumers, enhance power trading activities, and unbundle distribution and supply.
Under the New Southern Policy, Moon aims to reduce South Korea's heavy reliance on longtime trading partners such as the United States, China, Japan and Russia by diversifying trading channels into ASEAN member countries.
The new offering will enable customers to buy and sell Shari'ah-compliant stocks through ADIB Securities' leading digital and traditional trading channels.
With 764 million Internet users in the Asia/Pacific region and 1.8 billion Internet users worldwide, e-commerce has become one of the world's most significant trading channels. MasterCard has tapped into the e-commerce opportunity by providing the MiGS, a secure internet payment solution.